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Ghana Gold Cold Pressed Shea Butter
 
Ghana Gold Cold Pressed Shea Butter
Item ID: BT-1001-SB
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$14.00
 
Description 
100% Pure & Natural. The Gold Standard in shea butter. Cold Pressed. Never Boiled. Naturally high in soothing vitamin E.  Highly emollient, non-greasy shea butter can help decrease chapped, flaky skin, decrease the appearance of scarring, and may stimulate hair growth. 

Size: 4 oz.
 
 
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Ghana Gold Cold Pressed Shea Butter
100% Pure & Natural. The Gold Standard in shea butter. Cold Pressed. Never Boiled. Naturally high in soothing vitamin E.  Highly emollient, non-greasy shea butter can help decrease chapped, flaky skin, decrease the appearance of scarring, and may stimulate hair growth. 

Size: 4 oz.
 
$14.00
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• 100% pure and natural
• Cold-pressed for pure shea butter
• Holds in moisture and helps heal skin
• Great for dry chapped skin, scarring

So often, dry skin is more sensitive and hard to heal. Because our East African shea butter is cold pressed and all natural, it makes the perfect shea butter for acne, eczema, and other skin struggles. The natural vitamin E included helps heal skin so we even suggest our organic unrefined shea butter for stretch marks and lingering scarring. Use Ghana Gold shea butter on face, hair, and skin alike for those healing, protective qualities. Help your skin heal today!

*Our products are made with natural and organic ingredients to treat your hair and skin well. However, keep in mind that results may vary!
Contains only: 100% pure, cold pressed, Gold Standard shea butter
Apply to skin daily. Massage in. Butter is very thick and concentrated. If desired butter can be lightly heated by putting jar in a bowl of warm water before applying.
Hair: Massage into scalp to condition hair and stimulate growth.
Healing: Apply to wounds, burns, scars, stretch marks, once to several times a day as needed.
  • 100% pure and natural
  • nothing added, nothing taken away
  • Gold Standard
  • no chemicals used in extraction
  • high standards of quality and hygiene
Why is your shea butter more expensive than others? I have seen people selling shea butter for $12 a lb. Have you taken a close look at that shea butter? If you will notice these butters are usually filled with dirt specks. Upon closer examination one will often find black spots of mold in the butter. The butter is often shipped in unsanitary packaging, sometimes in large calabashes cut in half and covered in paper. Sold in open markets, sometimes people confuse this for the shea nut itself. Furthermore, at such low prices, one must wonder how much the women who make the butter benefit themselves; often less than fifty cents a kilo. Shea Terra Organics does not sell this sort of shea butter. In fact, Shea Terra Organics' Gold Standard Shea Butter meets exceptionally high standards of hygiene and quality. The project was founded by an American woman who worked closely with the group of women to improve their quality and final product. The butter is shipped to us sealed in food grade bags. The women themselves get paid wages far higher than surrounding cooperatives. They work together as a cooperative to put their money together to provide their families with drinking water, food and education.
 
Why isn't your shea butter bright yellow? Bright yellow shea butter is preferred in different parts of Africa. However, this butter is actually dyed yellow with a root or synthetic coloring. Coloring it also hides some of the mold and impurities. Shea Terra Organics' Gold Standard Shea Butter is naturally pale yellow from its high vitamin A and E content.
 
Is your shea butter safe on babies, elderly and those with impaired immune systems? Absolutely 100%. Our high quality, Shea Terra Organics' Gold Standard Shea Butter is free of mold and impurities. Safety and hygiene is our first priority and so we are willing to pay more money so that you get a superior product. Although allergic reactions to shea butter itself is highly rare, we do recommend doing a small test patch of the butter on the skin and waiting a few hours before introducing the butter on larger parts of the body for the first time.
 
All companies claim that their shea butter is the best. What makes your butter better than others? Shea Terra Organics' founder, Tammie Umbel, has been selling shea butter for over 12 years, way before the big shea butter buzz. She has sampled dozens of shea butter samples from across the shea butter belt. Tammie means perfectionist, and a perfectionist she is. She choses only the very best raw materials that she finds for each of her products, and this begins with top quality shea butter. There are various qualities of shea butter sold on the internet and through retail stores. The quality and sanitary conditions of these butters are rarely tested. These butters are often made using unsanitary water. They often contain mold and other impurities. Sometimes they even have toxic levels of heavy metals. Shea Terra Organics' Gold Standard Shea Butter has been carefully produced under extreme sanitary conditions. Methods have been improved over the years to ensure that the vitamin content of the butter remains high, and that the butter is mold free. Buying inexpensive shea butter might seem economically the best choice, but in reality, side effects from unclean butter can be extremely costly. Not only can unsanitary butter cause skin infections, but mold infested shea butter can also cause severe respiratory and allergic reactions.
 
Why is shea butter so much better for skin than say coconut oil, cocoa butter, etc.? Shea butter is a healing butter. Certain parts of Africa produce fruit kernels that are more healing than others, and processing methods also determine the effectiveness of shea butter. But all in all, shea butter is about the most healing, reparative skin care extract known to humankind. Unlike cocoa butter and coconut oil, which actually clog pores rather than absorb into skin, shea butter has an extremely high absorption rate. That is why when applied to skin it seems to melt right in and disappear. It is this high absorption rate that causes shea butter to be so effective. As a result of this high absorption rate, shea butter's high vitamin A and E content are delivered beneath the skin's surface along with its anti-inflammatory constituents. Together these properties help to heal and regenerate skin while protecting it from further deterioration.